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Contemporary Cosmopolitanism

Contemporary Cosmopolitanism

by Angela Taraborrelli
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    ISBN-13: 2901472535558
    Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
    Publication date: 04/23/2015
    Series: Bloomsbury Political Philosophy
    Edition description: Reprint
    Pages: 160
    Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

    About the Author

    Angela Taraborrelli, formerly Adjunct Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Sapienza-University of Rome, is with the Department of Humanities, Social Science and Cultural Heritage of the Italian National Research Council, Italy. Her research spans modern and contemporary political philosophy. She has also written another book on cosmopolitanism, Dal cittadino del mondo al mondo dei cittadini. Saggio su Kant (2004).

    Table of Contents


    1 Moral cosmopolitanism

    1. Charles Beitz: state autonomy, international relations, and
    2. cosmopolitanism
    3. Thomas Pogge: cosmopolitan responsibilities and reforms
    4. Martha Nussbaum: cosmopolitanism and capabilities approach
    5. Objections to moral cosmopolitanism

    2 Political-legal cosmopolitanism

    6. Mary Kaldor and the cosmopolitan civil society
    7. David Held: the cosmopolitan social democracy
    8. Daniele Archibugi and the global commonwealth of citizens
    9. Seyla Benhabib: cosmopolitanism and just membership
    10. Boaventura de Sousa Santos: subaltern cosmopolitanism
    11. Objections to cosmopolitan democracy

    3 Cultural cosmopolitanism

    12. Cosmopolitanism concerning culture and self
    13. Cultural cosmopolitanism from below
    14. Anthony Kwame Appiah: rooted cosmopolitanism and cosmopolitan conversation
    15. Homi Bhabha: vernacular cosmopolitanism


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